Lithium is an essential mineral element. Deficiencies can occur due to diet and water sources and may be depleted with the consumption of mercury, aspartame, MSG, BPA and other excitotoxins. Recent research is now discovering numerous applications for low dose Lithium from 1-10 mg per day. Lithium at this intake range may provide the following physiological benefits, according to Timothy Marshal, PhD:
- Assist in vitamin B12 and folate transport and uptake
- Promotes brain health and function
- May improve cognition
- Improves mood
- Reduces nervousness
Food High in Lithium: Cacao, oats, seafood, seaweed, fruits, goji berries, and vegetables.
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Obtaining the needed minerals via the food we eat is a chronic problem today. This is primarily due to our deficient soils and over processing and over cooking of our foods. Drinking ultra-purified water can also strip our body of these essential minerals. It is important to be aware of the fact that reverse osmosis and distilled water will actually act in reverse of what nature intended our water to do. Instead of being a mineral delivery system, the minerals are taken out of the water and this puts additional stress on the body tissue to compensate for the lack of minerals in the water. The minerals must then be taken from our healthy reserves in bone and muscle, thus leaving our system deficient and vulnerable. Replacement is essential!
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